Kick off the new year with the CoreLife Challenge

first_imgYou don’t even have to visit CoreLife every day to take part. If you’re not, or you never made one, no worries there’s still time. VESTAL (WBNG) — We’re halfway through January and hopefully you’re still holding onto your New Year’s resolution. Signing up is completely free and you can get incentives and rewards by doing so. If you want to sign up for the CoreLife Challenge, click here. “And what people find is I feel better, I have more energy, I’m losing weight, my clothes feel better and I have an overall sense of well-being,” said Mansfield. The challenge is being introduced now, because it’s meant to help people kick off 2020 the right way. The challenge doesn’t only present new, healthy ways. It’s designed to have people stick to them. CoreLife Eatery is kicking off the ‘CoreLife Challenge’ on Wednesday. “You don’t have to be near a location. You can do this on your own without us, but we’d love to have you come and try us out and we might be a solution for you,” said Mansfield. “It’s a great time for a reset and what we found is if we start right at January first, people are like ‘I’m not quite ready.’ But kind of mid-January seems like a really good time to say let’s get started, let’s draw a line in the sand, and get back to eating healthy,” said Mansfield. “21 days is the beginning of building a habit. Anything less than 21 days, you don’t really see enough improvement to say ‘hey, I’m staying with it,'” said Mansfield. “It’s education, information, and inspiration,” said CoreLife Eatery co-founder Todd Mansfield. “How food affects your mind and emotion.” It’s a 21-day program that introduces whole and clean recipes, intermittent fasting, and mindful eating. So if you decide to give it a shot, what you find may please you.last_img read more

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Uncertain future for movie theaters without guidance for reopening

first_imgEven without official guidelines, they’re making some necessary changes including upgrading HVAC units with stronger filters. “The state has not given us any guidelines as to opening. We have gone through and followed along with restaurants and what they need to reopen,” said Gregory. Movie theaters were originally part of phase four reopening, but were excluded from the list and still remain closed. The summer months are usually one of the busiest times of the year for the Cinema Saver in Endicott, but due to the pandemic, seats have remained empty. “We have upgraded our HVAC units, put in MERV 11 filters, we’ve maximized the outside air coming in,” said Gregory. Without the necessary guidance from the state, the Cinema Saver’s future is still uncertain. ENDICOTT (WBNG) — As phase four facilities like gyms continue toward reopening, another industry is feeling the strain of staying closed. “What are we going to do? What’s our next step? Should we close? We don’t know,” said Gregory. center_img Even with the changes, running a small business without knowing what’s to come can be a little scary. “There are enough unknowns in running a small business as it is. With all this piled on top, yeah, it’s hard,” said Gregory. “If things don’t change soon, we’ll be out of our busy season. Fall is usually our slower season until Christmas time,” said Bruce Gregory, owner of the Cinema Saver. So far, there has been no word from New York State on when movie theaters can expect to reopen. Governor Andrew Cuomo has previously mentioned that movie theaters will remain closed as they pose a “high risk” and are non-essential. While the Cinema Saver cannot show movies at this time, they are still selling snacks and gift cards.last_img read more

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